Samantha Markle sends Prince Harry a freaky birthday message

Samantha Markle sends Prince Harry a freaky birthday message

He also asked the recruits whether they'd bumped into the Queen, before offering them some advice. It'll feature interviews with Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry, and other members of the royal family.

But she pointed out that Sally had predicted the couple would make a "special effort" for Harry to meet Meghan's father, Thomas Markle, something which does not appear to have transpired.

Touching her veil, Meghan said: "53 countries, oh my goodness".

And he adds: "Have you bumped into the Queen yet?" Harry asked, before reassuring them: "If you suddenly bump into her in the corridor, don't panic".

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Furthermore, it takes a look at how the queen is passing on her legacy to the younger generation, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as well as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. "It will keep us busy".

The documentary is also set to explore Meghan preparing for her wedding day and in the preview, the Duchess of Sussex could be seen admiring her wedding veil.

Thanks to a new documentary following Queen Elizabeth II, fans can now see the moment Markle laid eyes on her wedding outfit in all its glory, though the footage shown in the trailer is the briefest of shots. The event will be her first time representing the royal family without Harry-or anyone else, for that matter-to rely on when it comes to sticking to the complicated protocol.

Fans can see this entire scene play out in Queen of The World, which will premiere in the states on October 1 at 8 PM on HBO.

There's no word yet on when Australian or American audiences will get to see the documentary.